Bengbu Medical College

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Bengbu Medical College
Logo bbmc.jpg
Established 1958
Affiliation fist and second affliated hospital
Location Bengbu, Anhui, China

Bengbu Medical College (Chinese: 蚌埠医学院) is an institution of higher learning in Bengbu, Anhui Province, of the People's Republic of China. The college was founded in July 1958 with support from the Shanghai Second Medical College and Anhui Medical College. In August 1968, the Anhui Revolutionary Commission renamed it "Bengbu Anti-Revisionism Medical College". In November 1970, the Revolutionary Commission merged four medical colleges in Anhui into one Anhui Medical College and became Anhui Medical College, Bengbu Campus. In June 1974 the State Council approved the college resuming the name Bengbu Medical College.

Side view Of BBMC Labs


The college of the site is located in the Huaihe River in Bengbu City, Anhui Province Road, No. 801,

Old and new campus[edit]

In September 2005 the new campus was opened. The old and new campus cover an area of 1098 mu, with a total construction area of 33 million square meters. The new campus is located in the eastern outskirts of Bengbu City.

Ryuko beautiful Lake Avenue, the East China Sea No. 2600 is a research center for Graphic Information Center, theoretical teaching building, experimental teaching building, student apartments, graduate student apartments, life service center, the party government office buildings and other projects such as integrated sports hall.


There are international academic exchange activities, with the United States, France and other countries. The college has invited the United States, Japan, Germany, Australia, Thailand, Canada, and other foreign experts and scholars to give lectures in the college. Some teachers go abroad to study. [1]


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Coordinates: 32°54′33″N 117°25′26″E / 32.9093°N 117.424°E / 32.9093; 117.424